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colors) - Mounted TV, hutch with bins and towels, large mirror, basket for mats
mirrows on wall - heavy, expensive? blue walls, towel & equp cabinet
blue paint color (secure blue S/W)
Good blue to go with bright green.
blue, credenza below TV
blue room...blue accent...Blue gym
Mind Your Manors
A re-purposed china hutch holds ballroom dance shoes and costumes. Hutch courtesy of The Shabby Attic, Lansdale, PA.
FOCAL POINT STYLING
The wall color is actually called MERCER blue from Eddie Bauer paint at Lowe's. http://www.eddiebauer.com/eb/bedding/view-all-home--entertaining/interior-paint/index.cat
yoga retreat blue asian bedroom ???
meditation room, blue walls
mercer blue Eddie Bauer
brown, blues, tv, shelves, simple
floor and the purple and blue color combo
great calming effect from the lighting and blue color
Gorgeous gym and the blue lighting sets a good mood
Blue/Gray for Mattys gym
Benjamin Moore 797 Athens Blue.
blue lighting...mono blue for ia...Gym two tone blue...gym...blue lighting
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